Ozerov Research Group
Organometallics, Catalysis, Energy

Texas A&M University, Department of Chemistry
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Ozerov Group March 2015

Ozerov Group - March 2015

Front Row: Jessica DeMott, Soomin Park, Pat Hubbard, and Dr. Oleg Ozerov

Back Row: Qingheng Lai, Alex Kosanovich, Wei-Chun Shih, Chris Pell, Loren Press, and Chandra Mouli Palit


The projects in our group typically involve transition metal or main group organometallic chemistry but are diverse and cover a wide variety of synthetic and mechanistic work. The ideal-case research scheme consists of:

1) discovery of a new reaction or a structural environment;

2) demonstration of unusual reactivity, structural, or electronic novelty;

3) application of these findings to develop a new catalytic process.

The training of students in our group is not built around a narrow research theme but instead aims to help students mature into problem-solving practicing synthetic chemists through exposure to diverse research experiences.

For more specific areas of research along with representative Ozerov Group publications, please see our Research Page.





  • Oleg and Wei-Chun travel to Honolulu, Hawaii to give presentations at the Pacifichem Conference.
  • Wei-Chun is awarded a Graduate Student Presentation travel grant by the TAMU Office of Graduate & Professional Studies.
  • Welcome to incoming Ozerov Group members Bryan Foley and Cheng-Han (Andy) Yu!
  • Our latest Angewandte paper receives an accolade in C&EN News! See highlights.
  • Oleg, Wei-Chun, and Alex attend and give presentations at the 250th National ACS Mtg. in Boston.
  • Cover of Organometallics (thanks to Jess, Chun-Yu Chen, and Mira Lee!) showcases work on rhodium boryl chemistry by Chun-I and Nate. See story.

For a complete list of news, past and present, see: Group News

Dr. Oleg Ozerov
Department of Chemistry
Texas A&M University
P.O. Box 30012
College Station, Texas 77842-3012
PHONE: 979-845-5870 | EMAIL: ozerov@chem.tamu.edu
Office Room # 004

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